eat to the shelter of his gun boats in James river.
According to General Lee's plan of attack, Jackson threw his force upon the right flank of the enemy, whilst A. P. and D. H. Hill pressed them vig23d belonged—was the first to become engaged.
When the battle became general, and the whole of Jackson's and Longstreet's corps had come into action, a charge was ordered and the first line of worksg Richmond from the north, which change of tactics was promptly apprehended by General Lee.
Of Jackson's flank movement, by which he managed to strike Pope at a point where he least expected, and afivison, on the 14th, successfully held in check the main body of McClellan's army thus enabling Jackson to march to the Virginia side and capture Harper's Ferry, while Lee was conducting his troops py small and was embarrassed with the wagon-trains and artillery of the whole army, save such as Jackson had taken with him.
It must be remembered that the army now before McClellan had been consta